Monday, November 12, 2012

Christmas Cards Video (Sending Holiday Joy)

Hi Everyone,
I hope everyone had a great weekend. Last night we took Ethan with two of his friends to see Wreck it Ralph. What a cute movie, I think Scott laughed the hardest.
I was able to make two videos this weekend. The first video is my Christmas cards that I will be sending out this year. This will be the first time I ever made my Christmas cards to send. I've never done that. Always said I was going to but never had the time.
Here is a video on the mass production of 20 cards. It's a long video :)

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I'm going to put Stampin' on Friday and the Cameo series videos on hold until the New Year. Only so that I can continue to make fun videos like this one and just post them when I have them done. This one was going to be a Stampin' on Friday video but I didn't want to wait until Friday :)

I'm heading out to do a little Christmas shopping today and making a little stop at the craft store while I'm out. I need some yarn to knit my awesome friend a scarf and some green satin ribbon for the front of my Christmas Album.
Have a great day everyone :)
Hugs and happy crafting,
Christina
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18 comments:

  1. Wow! Those are so cute....your family and friends will be so lucky to receive one of these cards! You are inspiring me to get going on mine! I have been doing Costco photo cards the past couple of years but I think this year I'll make a few handmade cards (I certainly have enough supplies! LOL!) to send to some.
    Beautiful cards!

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  2. You sure were busy. It is snowing here today so hopefully between laundry I can get some of my Christmas cards done. I haven't made cards in a long time so it is time. Yours turned out so cute thank you for sharing. Chris

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  3. These are just perfect. What wonderful ideas, thank you for taking the time to make your video and share your creative process. Great job.

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  4. I really like your cards! The scoring around the border is a neat idea. I get such inspiration from your projects. I need to visit papertrey ink's website.

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  5. Love these. Wow this is cute and simple for mass producing. I'm hoping to get all of mind hand made this year. Your video was inspiring. Smooches...

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  6. Lovely Cards.Just wonderful!
    Have a wonderful Monday,
    Migdalia

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  7. Those are adorable! Congratulations on finishing up your cards. I just finished mine, and now, about to make a few Thanksgiving cards. Love your videos, and you always share such wonderful ideas and tips. Thank you so much for all of the inspiration that you provide. BethAnn M.

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  8. Wow Christina totally beautiful cards! I love the simple white background with the subtle score lines and that stamp set with the snow globe is the cutest! I'm going to have to invest in that set! too cute!

    Hugs,
    Jo

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  9. Your cards are adorable. I try to make mine every year for "the masses," but sometimes I just don't have the time. What you've shown can be done over a few nights watching some TV, so thanks for the inspiration.

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  10. So love the card!!! You always make me want to send another PaperTrey Ink order in. So love what you do with their stamps. Thanks for sharing all that you do :)
    Sandy R. MN

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  11. These are darling Christina. Thanks for the inspiration---you just inspired me to make a PTI order and make my own cards this year....I hadn't come up with a good idea yet so I was going to do a photo card....thank you for sharing the creativity!!! :)

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  12. Really a cute Christmas cards ..love the simplicity of it and still shows lots of warmth and effort.
    Now you can say you're sending your own cards...
    Simple and sweet.
    pat

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  13. I love your cute and simple cards. What a great idea. Mine are all made since I've attended so many card making classes. It's so nice to have at least one Christmas chore out of the way.

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  14. So Sweet. The red and green twine adds sooo much.

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  15. Great job Christina! I love its simplicity, they are so cute.
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  16. love these..... nice detail..... love Christmas in July!

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